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A compendious way of teaching antient and modern languages, formerly practised by the learned Tanaquil Faber, and now with little alteration, faithfully executed in London; with observations on the same subject by several eminent men, viz. Roger Ascham, Richard Carew, Mr. Milton, Mr. Lock, &c. with An account of the education of the Dauphine, and of his sons, the Dukes of Burgundy, Anjou, and Berry; with the Marchioness of Lambert's letter to her son. To which is added, An essay on rational grammar

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